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Why a National Mask Mandate Would Never Fly in Idaho

I’ve seen some rumblings about mask mandates on a handful of conservative websites. A few claim sources in the Biden White House are mulling a nationwide rule. Another part of the story explains the President’s team is approaching private businesses about requiring vaccine passports. You would also need papers explaining any exemption from getting a shot. Leaning on businesses protects the government from allegations about curbing your rights. I’ve also read where the White House is keenly aware of COVID fatigue.
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WTF: Who’s Been Flying Aerial Stunts Over Southern Chittenden County?

On a recent morning when I stepped outside my house in Charlotte to walk the dog, I heard the hum of a propeller plane overhead. The sound of single-engine aircraft isn't unusual in the area at this time of year. Planes routinely fly to and from Burlington International Airport 18 miles away, and seaplanes fly over Lake Champlain. In addition, Shelburne Airport is eight miles to the north; Basin Harbor Airport in Vergennes, 16 miles to the south. Each of the turf airstrips averages about two dozen flights per week, according to AirNav.com, a website for pilots and aviation enthusiasts.
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Fly Creek, NYWKTV

Fly Creek Cider Mill announces grand reopening date

FLY CREEK, N.Y. – Fly Creek Cider Mill will reopen next week for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. In January, owner Bill Michaels planned to close the venue for good and sold all of its remaining stock and inventory. Then at the end of June, Michaels posted on social media announcing plans to reopen after all.
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CBS News

Robinhood shares fly again, soaring as much as 80%

Shares of Robinhood — the brokerage app popular among millennials for its commission-free trading — surged again on Wednesday, rising so much that trading was temporarily brought to a halt three times in the first 30 minutes of trade. With less than a hour of trade remaining, the online broker...
Aerospace & Defensemypigradio.com

Witness The International Space Station Fly Over Tonight | August 4

Gather up the family and prepare to watch science happen as you witness the International Space Station fly over this evening. With the flyover occurring so soon after sunset, this will be a fantastic view as the Space Station will be brighter than usual. Right around 8:45 pm in the northwestern sky, the Space Station will appear and continue to move overhead before disappearing at approximately 9:01 pm in the southeast. Look for a very bright “star” that will be moving across the sky. We’d enjoy you sharing your pictures will us, post them and tag us or push them up in a comment below this post on Facebook. Click here to verify the next time you can see the Space Station flyover.
NFLPewter Report

Bucs Briefing: How High Could Darden Fly?

Bucs Briefing is exclusively sponsored by Locker Room: Tap In, Talk Sports – the official social audio partner of PewterReport.com. Locker Room is changing the way we talk sports (and talk about the Bucs!). It’s the only place for live audio conversations about the takes, rumors, news, and teams you care about.
Doylestown, PAbuckscountyherald.com

H.J. Noll and fly tying

“The Art of Fly Tying” was conceived by Doylestown’s H.J. Noll (ca.1906-1982) and written by well-known author of fishing books, Charles M. Wetzel. The basic 36-page paperback booklet (in print from 1936 to 1963) was designed for fishermen who “tie their own.” By 1954, a second publication by Noll titled “Guide to Trout Flies and How to Tie Them” was being produced by Family Circle Publishing and was advertised as being “one of the finest early books on the art of fly tying ... some of the finest color plates of both flies and gear you will see, excellent descriptions of fly materials for each fly pattern shown ... a historic and monumental fly tying work ... so simple to use.”